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Since 1890, when Isobel Stanley (daughter of Lord Frederick Stanley) first played on a flooded lawn, women's hockey has been on a steady rise of popularity. Today over 27,000 girls and women are registered with USA Hockey on more than 1,100 teams.

Women's hockey has been around almost as long as its male counterpart. Check out the Historical Timeline to see how the sport has developed for more than 100 years.

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Casey's final year playing club hockey proved to be bittersweet. With the changes in USA Hockey's age breaks, she rostered with a boy's team and discovered the glass ceiling is still firmly intact.

  • Be sure to check out the Zamboni section. We're adding new machines all season!
  • The Hockey Links page is a comprehensive list of active sites on the Web related to women's ice hockey
  • The Photo Archive is a collection of hundreds of photos from Casey's games over the past few years.
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Women's Hockey Rankings
Final 2003-04
  1. Minnesota
  2. Harvard
  3. St. Lawrence
  4. Dartmouth
  5. Wisconsin
  6. Minnesota-Duluth
  7. Mercyhurst
  8. New Hampshire
  9. Brown
  10. Providence
Women's Hockey East
Final 2003-04
  1. New Hampshire
  2. Providence College
  3. Maine
  4. Providence College
  5. Northeastern
  6. Connecticut
  7. Boston College
Final 2003-04
  1. Harvard
  2. St. Lawrence
  3. Dartmouth
  4. Brown
  5. Princeton
  6. Yale
  7. Colgate
  8. Cornell
  9. Vermont
  10. Union
NEPSGIHA Division 1
Final 2003-04
  1. Nobles
  2. Cushing Academy
  3. Berkshire
  4. Pomfret
  5. Choate
  6. Hotchkiss
  7. Tabor
  8. Taft